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Cricket news - Warner to return to Australia from BPL with elbow injury

Warner, who will return home on Monday (January 21)

According to Steven Smith, David Warner, too, is a premature exit from the Bangladesh Premier League. The 32-year-old back to Australia for medical assessment, after the reporting of pain is confirmed in his elbow, cricket Australia.

"David has reported that some pain in his right elbow. He will return to Australia on January 21 rating, but is expected to play games in the rest of the BPL until his return. We have a better understanding of the extent of the injury he has been once examined," a CA spokesman said on Thursday (17. January).

Warner will return home on Monday (21. January), will continue to play for the Sylhet Sixers prior to departure, while the extent of his injuries is still unknown. Warner, so far, was their second-highest run-scorer, with two half-centuries in five innings.

Smith had complained of pain in the elbow and had surgery on the same immediately after his return last week. He is orthosis in a arm for six weeks prior to the rehabilitation.

Warner and Smith ' s 12-month-ending bans for their involvement in the ball-tampering incident in Cape town on March 28, a time when Australia are scheduled to play five to be played One-day internationals against Pakistan in the UAE, only the last two games of the series, after the bans are lifted. But the game plans are not yet confirmed by the Pakistan Cricket Board.

However, to keep in contrast to Smith, whose Operation can, him out of action until then, Warner you can for the Pakistan series, which also clashes with the IPL, begins on the 23. March.

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